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“A Craftsman’s Legacy” by Eric Gorges

Necessity is not the mother of invention. Childhood. There you are: that’s the mother of invention. When you were a kid, if you didn’t have something and you didn’t have the funds to buy it, you cobbled it together from ...

“The Code of the Righteous Warrior” by Rev. Dr. Alyn E. Waller

These days, you just don’t know what to expect. Things used to be laid out nice and easy: a real man took care of business, he settled disagreements with his fists, and he was head of his household. But it’s ...

New self-improvement book offers a thoughtful collection of essays based on wisdom gained from life experience

Debuting author Rebecca Meredith writes about motivational experiences and inspiring true stories from the heart. Taking place in the healing process after losing her mother, Meredith’s self-improvement book titled “Lessons in Life” (published by Lulu) offers a thoughtful collection of ...

“Becoming a Veterinarian” by Boris Kachka

The minute the doctor walked into the room, you felt a sense of relief. Soon, the pain will be gone and you might finally get some rest. You could even have a name for the illness causing all these problems. ...

“Odd Partners: An Anthology,” edited by Anne Perry

You’ll freely admit it: you can’t do it alone. Every important thing you do takes two. Another opinion, a confirmation that you’re right, an extra set of hands, another pair of eyes, everything works better when you’ve got help. It ...

Debut Book From Local Writer Tells the Story of How Houston Eats

Reedy Press is pleased to announce the release of an exciting new book, Unique Eats and Eateries of Houston, by Sam Brown, which takes readers on a tasty tour of some of the city’s most distinctive, unusual, and downright delicious ...

Teacher, Mentor, & Life Coach Crystal Tolbert Releases Powerful New Book “From the Eyes of a Prophet: Scribe Your Way into Destiny”

When it comes to people energized by the divine spark to transform lives in very diverse ways, it would be difficult to think of someone who has opened her arms and heart to the world trying to be a help ...

“Queen Bey: A Celebration of the Power and Creativity of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter,” edited by Veronica Chambers

You were Crazy in Love. It happened the first time you heard Beyoncé Knowles, before she won a Grammy, before she added to her life with a man and motherhood. It happened the first time you saw her, a skinny ...

Teacher Turn Comedian Eddie B

"I'm Already Professionally Developed: Straight From the Teacher's Desk," is a book about Eddie B’s journey as a teacher on the way to the creation of the videos “What Teachers Really Say” and how the idea turned into one of ...

“Sisters” by Jeanette Winter

You caught it! The ball was thrown very high – so high that you lost it in the sky for a minute – and you weren’t sure how you’d do it, but your hands were out and you caught it. ...

“Black is the Body: Stories From My Grandmother’s Time, My Mother’s Time, and Mine” by Emily Bernard

Your mother dealt with things you can’t imagine. It was a different time when she was your age, with societal issues you’d never tolerate and rules you wouldn’t abide. Same with your grandma: scrapbooks, history books and museums are the ...

“I’m Not Really a Waitress” by Suzi Weiss-Fischmann

You’d get it right someday. At about the second week of starting a business, that may’ve been your thought. Rookie mistakes had been made, long nights were spent, but you still had confidence to hang in there. Says Suzi Weiss-Fischmann ...

“You Can’t Go Wrong Doing Right: How a Child of Poverty Rose to the White House and Helped Change the World” by Robert J. Brown

Do unto others. Three words that are a shorthand reminder to be nice and treat people in the manner that you’d want to be treated. Do unto others and make life smoother. Be good, and be of service because, as ...

Where God And The Art Collides: A Conversation With A North Houston Faith Leader Who Has A Special Heart For All Things Creative

“You have a creative something in you to make your own way...” - Courtney Grear

“Inventing Victoria” by Tonya Bolden

You can be anything you want to be! That’s what you were told, growing up: you could do anything, try everything, and be anybody you wanted to be, if you tried. Set your sights on something, and it was yours ...

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